Apply response-intervention tactics to students who are gifted

08/28/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

With modification, the Response to Intervention model can work for children at all ability levels, writes gifted education specialist Tamara Fisher. Typically applied to bring lagging students up to par, Fisher writes, RTI should be considered as a concept for continually challenging high-achieving students.

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